Today is a big day in the political scene. And also for our nation. And possibly the universe. It’s Super Tuesday Lite. Ohio and Texas vote today in their primaries. And so do Rhode Island and Vermont, but they are barely states to begin with, so they aren’t getting much attention with this. A lot is riding on this day. I don’t know how other states will vote, but because I’m in Texas, I hope the people here don’t embarrass me and give a victory to what’s her name.



Here’s a bit of advice for anyone that can see through this “woman” and straight into the darkness of her cold, black heart. As much fun as it would be to see her lose a national election, we should get her out of the way now. Why set up the opportunity for a bunch of people to go retarded in November and vote for her? I don’t want America to take that chance. Stranger things can happen. Like Eli Manning winning the Super Bowl, for example.

Bottom line: If you have the opportunity to drive a stake into Dracula’s chest, for the love of everything that is good and holy, don’t hesitate. Do it!

I really don’t think I can stomach seeing her face flashing across the TV with such frequency much longer. Makes me regret getting the HD package.

-Dave Q.

2 Responses to “Come on, Texas. Make me proud…”

  • The hatred for Hilary is seeping off this page! Haha, but I’m sorry, it looks like she did well. :(

    Obama for the surprise win?

  • Dave Q.:

    I know. But what can you do? I simply came to the realization that with Texas being such a big state, there would naturally be a greater number of the senile, retarded, and uneducated. I am just shocked they made it out to vote. I thought for sure they wouldn’t be able to figure out those touch screens…

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